David Amos on the changing world of work

A leading psychiatrist in the 1920s identified potential developments in pharmaceutical products as the means to end all mental illness. There was a time when orthopaedics appeared to be a very limited specialty, before scientists came up with the artificial implant. Medicine continually confounds the soothsayers.

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